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Battery drains i have a 1992 toyota camry and my battery would drain over night what seens to be the problem thanks

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This probably has something to do with your wiring, something is staying connected to the current. Otherwise, your fluid in your battery is low and you may need to replace it.
You can just avoid doing anything that costs, if you prefer, by just pulling off one of the cables from the battery at night, and putting it back on in the morning.
Let me know if this helps.

Posted on Jan 26, 2009


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